26 OCTOBER 1867, Page 1

Since the conclusion of the inquest a man, Samuel Moggeridge,

has charged himself with the unintentional murder of MiDonnell, and given himself up to justice. It seems, however, that he was under some delusion, due either to hard drinking, or to an affection of the brain, or both ; and the magistrate at Bow Street, yesterday, dismissed him as entirely guiltless of the charge.